Police weekend in review

Police weekend in review

Electronics stolen from Chatham high school Sometime overnight between Thursday, July 19th, and Friday, July 20th, someone forced their way into the football field announcer’s booth behind Chatham-Kent Secondary School. Once inside they removed electronics used for the scoreboard and public address system, valued at $3750. Anyone with information is asked to contact Constable Stan […]

Chatham woman charged with failing to comply

Chatham woman charged with failing to comply

A woman released from court with several conditions on July 16th was arrested again last night.  Police say one of those conditions stated that she was not to attend within 50 metres of 4 Reaume Avenue in Wallaceburg. Last night, the woman was observed on the property trying to access a mailbox with a hammer, […]

Chatham trio charged with break and enter

Chatham trio charged with break and enter

Two men and one woman have been arrested in connection with a residential break and enter that occurred Saturday morning on Given Road in Chatham. A 34-year-old Chatham man was arrested Saturday morning and charged with break and enter and being in possession of property obtained by a crime over $5000. A 40-year-old man and […]

Chatham man charged after stolen e-bike found on Stanley Avenue

Chatham man charged after stolen e-bike found on Stanley Avenue

A 29-year-old Chatham man has been arrested after police found a stolen e-bike in his possession. Police say a silver e-bike valued at $1400 was stolen from a residence on Harvey Street in Chatham sometime late Friday night or early Saturday morning. The e-bike was last seen with a personalized Florida licence plate. Last night, police […]

Social media education event for local businesses at Ridgetown Municipal Office

Social media education event for local businesses at Ridgetown Municipal Office

The Chatham-Kent Small Business Centre is hosting an educational Social Media lunch and learn event on July 25th, for local businesses regarding social media viral successes stories and the steps companies took to get there. The event, Going Viral – A fresh look at successful social and traditional media campaigns, will be located at the Ridgetown Municipal Office. […]

MP Van Kesteren disappointed by mayor’s claims

MP Van Kesteren disappointed by mayor’s claims

“There is absolutely no truth in Mayor Randy Hope’s  comments Monday, when he stated that Ministers have not visited Chatham-Kent since 2006” said Chatham-Kent—Leamington MP Dave Van Kesteren in a media release, in response to the Mayor’s comments to local media during a tour with Federal Infrastructure Minister, Amarjeet Sohi. MP Van Kesteren said it […]

Wallaceburg woman charged after 911 hang up call

Wallaceburg woman charged after 911 hang up call

A woman released from court with several conditions on June 6th was arrested again last night, after a 911 hand up call. Police say one of the release conditions stated that the woman was not to communicate with a specific Sarnia man. Last night, police responded to a hang up 911 call at a residence […]

Caboose broken into at CN Rail Yard

Caboose broken into at CN Rail Yard

Police are seeking the public’s help after someone forced their way into a caboose at the CN Rail Yard on Colborne Street sometime late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.  Once inside, the suspect(s) stole: –       Champion 3550w generator –       Smooth Talker cell phone booster –       Brandt/OTM Remote and case –       Mastercraft Maximum cordless 20v drill and case –       Milwaukee […]

Blenheim man facing domestic charges

Blenheim man facing domestic charges

A man released from custody on May 22nd was arrested again yesterday morning. Police say one of his release conditions stated that the man was not to communicate with a specific Chatham woman or attend her home. On July 12th, police received information that the man had contacted the woman at work multiple times and […]

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